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HSIA launches 24/7 call centre to take passenger's queries

Update : 28 Jul 2023, 02:19

A dynamic website, 24/7 call centre and customer relationship management (CRM) software have been launched on Thursday at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA) so that passengers could lodge their complaints, queries to get remedy within the shortest time.

"The new website will be extremely helpful for passengers, providing information on everything from flight schedules to check-in procedures," HSIA executive director Group Captain Kamrul Islam said at the inauguration ceremony of the three services at the HSIA, reports BSS.

The website is made in both Bengali and English languages so that air travelers can learn about the airport's various services, directions and information on domestic and international flights.

Through the web portal, passengers can also know about the activities of different organizations working at HSIA, including all the rules for traveling abroad and arriving from abroad.

The call center is comprised of new customer service personnel who will work 24/7 to answer any queries or concerns of passengers.

The call center will also be operated in both Bengali and English languages so that passengers from all over the world can talk to the call center representatives about any of their issues.

"Our main objective is to ensure quality of service to all the passengers traveling through the airport. I think the launching of new websites, call centers and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software will play a significant role in providing quality service to the passenger," Islam said.

He also said that various complaints of the passengers will be recorded weekly, fortnightly and monthly and the passengers will be notified while resolving their complaints through the CRM team.

Two numbers of the call centres are 09614-013600 and 13600.

The new CRM software will enable HSIA to better store and resolve passenger complaints, suggestions. CRM software will help personalize passenger service and make the airport experience more efficient for everyone.

"Hopefully our call center will receive all passenger complaints and resolve them quickly through the CRM team," Islam added.

Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) Chairman Air Vice Marshal M Mafidur Rahman said, "I hope these new initiatives will make HSIA a more comfortable and pleasant place to travel."

Among others, senior officials of CAAB and HSIA were also present at the juncture.

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